Emily Scudder is the author of Feeding Time (Pecan Grove Press), and two chapbooks, Natural Instincts and A Change of Pace (Finishing Line Press).
Her poems have been published in Harvard Review, Agni Online, Salamander, New Letters, Harpur Palate, Margie, North Dakota Quarterly, So To Speak, Salamander, Xavier Review, Blueline, and other journals. They have been displayed in Boston City Hall, included in World of Water, World of Sand (Cape Cod Literary Press) and anthologized in Interactive English: Grade 8 (CD-ROM, Hodder Education, London, England (2008).
Emily's newest poems - We aren't supposed to know so much about so much, Huldufólk (with audio), Death by Project Management Webinar, Patti Smith has a Migraine,
Old Slides, and Whisper, Mischief and Taboo, can be found online and in print in The Mantle,
Cathexis North West, North Dakota Quarterly, Ethel and West Trade Review, and Blueline Magazine (SUNY/Potsdam).
Her poem STEM is forthcoming in 2 Bridges Review (CUNY/City Tech)